two videos shot from my gopro from Train Mountain,

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two videos shot from my gopro from Train Mountain,

Post by cbrew » Thu Jul 05, 2018 12:50 pm

these videos are over an hour each but if you get bored and want something to watch :)
being shot from down low. it really gives a prospective of the "scale" speed. it really looks like you are riding in the car if it was not for the giants riding :)
providing power is my Allen American, pulling two baggage, three coaches and the observation.
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Re: two videos shot from my gopro from Train Mountain,

Post by Glenn Brooks » Fri Jul 06, 2018 1:09 am

Cbrew,

What format is are your video’s? I tried to upload a couple from my iPhone and the software wouldn’t even recognize the format, let alone post them.

Would have been great to say hello. We were able to make the closing few days only... a remarkable experience, nevertheless.

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Re: two videos shot from my gopro from Train Mountain,

Post by cbrew » Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:37 am

Hi Glenn, i believe the format the gopro uses is mp4, and i believe that is the format that i exported too from the editor.
I will have to check tonight to be sure
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